I play with him every day and have good reasons to suspect he's a bot. Reasons:
When he losses a pot and falls short 100bb he doesn't top up for awhile. He only tops up every hour or so. He can have $40 at one table and $200 at the other ones. It's likely difficult to program a bot to top up on this site, so I imagine someone is checking up on it every hour. This player buyins in for 100bb so there's no reason for him to let his stack run short.
He plays a significant amount of tables and for long hours each day (8hrs+). No breaks. I just finished a 6hr session, slept and woke up, and he's been playing the entire time.
If I raise 2.5 he makes it 8.5, i raise 2.2 he makes it 8.1. That's an odd amount to detail considering the amount of tables he's playing.
Never plays < 5 handed.
And I have other reasons concerning his play..
How does one acquire evidence that a player is a bot? There have been several bots outed on the site I play on. I can't imagine the site will do anything without evidence. Also, how does one exploit a bot? Any vids on bot vs human play?
(The site is untrackable, no HUD, no HHs)
March 21, 2018 | 6:02 a.m.
Ok thanks! I'd be interested in the results as I haven't invested in a solver yet. 35% ish on flop does seem better here.
March 19, 2018 | 7:50 p.m.
Wait, the problem with checking this turn with most of our range is what to do with flush draws and my particular hand? I suppose my hand has showdown value and can c/c a turn bet, but what about KQss QJss JTss T9ss..
March 19, 2018 | 7:44 p.m.
But because he's calling the turn so much shouldn't we extract value by betting our overpairs and nutted hands? But I suppose we won't get three streets of value from him anyways
What should we do with AK AQ?
March 19, 2018 | 7:36 p.m.
Villain reg raises BTN, I 3bet from SB A9dd 3.5x.
FLOP: 7s5h5s; I cbet 50%, he calls. (I'm always cbetting this flop)
TURN: 7s5h5s6c; ???
It seems that Villain will call a turn bet 90% of the time, because the bulk of his range is: TT-88, 44-22, 98s-65s, AQ, flush draws, and backdoor KQh type hands. Most of these hands are calling a turn barrel.
How do you play your range on this turn? Are we barreling all over pairs, nutted hands, draws? What about AK, AQ?
March 19, 2018 | 7:19 p.m.
his strategy is lol.
I laughed. Ok ok 3 betting makes more sense then. I just feel guilty for squeezing the donk out of the pot in those spots.
March 2, 2018 | 6:43 p.m.
BB: $221.40 (Hero)
Feb. 23, 2018 | 4:42 a.m.
SB: $481.76 (Hero)
Feb. 23, 2018 | 4:36 a.m.
SB: $366.23 (Hero)
Feb. 23, 2018 | 4:28 a.m.
The reg is isolating the donk though. He has like 25% raising range there at least.
im looking for comments on postflop
Feb. 3, 2018 | 12:02 p.m.
PREFLOP: Donk limps MP; Villain raises 16 CO; I flat SB ATo: Donk call.
FLOP: A77o; I check; Donk checks; Villain bet 1/2 pot; I c/c; Donk folds.
TURN: A779o; I check; Villain bet 3/4 pot --- ???
He knows that I don't have AK, AQ in my range. Am I suppose to just give up here? What's the point of calling the flop if he barrels turn so often? I hate spots where villain knows my range is capped and can exploit me.
Feb. 3, 2018 | 9:01 a.m.
The buyin is 3850. My roll is 60,000. Years ago I used to play online FR cashgames from nl200 - nl600. I quit and now play live 2/5 - 5/10 deep.
Obviously I have a good edge over the field, but the buyin is 6.5% of my roll. I'm not sure if I could manage to sell action, as I'm not a proven tournament player. Should I gamble this year and play?
Oct. 4, 2017 | 7:22 p.m.
This is live.
UTG straddles 20, UTG+1 calls, I make it 90, 3 callers behind, UTG+1 shoves 1700 (I cover him).
~360 dead money + the shove.
Reads on UTG+1: He's a donk, he never did this before in the 4hrs of playing, he's down 1500+, it's 4am and everyone's tired, he's spewy but careful because he uses a lot of time to think every time the pot is 200+.
What hand range do you call the shove with?